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In spite of the departure of Chris DiDomenico, the Tigers' team manager is convinced that they are on the right path.

Marco Bayer

"Let's stop it. Players come, players go," Marco Bayer says in an interview with Blick about the discussions around Chris DiDomenico's decision to leave Langnau in direction of Fribourg. But then he adds: "I have the utmost respect for what 'DiDo' has accomplished. He's very popular with a lot of people. Now he's made up his mind."

«I have the utmost respect for what 'DiDo' has accomplished.»
Marco Bayer

Bayer also admits that the past weeks were not easy for him in Langnau: "The Tigers are number one, here. Everyone joins the discussion. Now and then one is also being confronted with a glance or a comment. But that it is everyone's right." Nevertheless, he is convinced that they are on the right path: "I won't let myself be diverted from this course."

( 16 January 2020 | tme*ech )

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